In Memory of Saint Patrick

The heroics of St. Patrick are not appreciated as much as they should be. He is the first person in history to publicly condemn slavery, and one of the first leaders to champion the cause of equal rights.

There is much to celebrate on March 17. Fortunately, his writings, though slim, are eye-opening accounts of his life: “Letter to the Soldiers of Coroticus” and “Confession” reveal much about the man. Along with other sources, they paint a picture of his saintliness.
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One Response to In Memory of Saint Patrick

  1. Ray Davies says:

    But, But, He got the snakes out of Ireland. and, and, esyablished a holiday where the world gets drunk and eats corned beef and cabbage, before shitting green the next day.

    You never hear the Orange Irish mentioned for some reason.

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